Indy toymakers DKE Toys have shared their 4th wave of SDCC Exclusives. See below for details and photos.
Santo Vader by Carlos Ramirez
Carlos Ramirez is formerly a member of the Date Farmer collaborative. Carlos hand made a wooden figure which was cast in resin. He hand painted and decorated each one individually and carded them on a hand painted card back which is cut from plywood. Each one is unique. Signed and numbered out of 30 on the back.
Each figure is about 4 inches tall. At $100 this is one of the best deals of the show. You can’t get a piece of his art for less and when the Date Farmers were still partners paintings ranged in the $5-25k range.
Carlos has worked with many galleries including; Ace Gallery, Los Angeles/Beverly Hills, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles, Jonathan Levine, New York,The Luggage Store, San Francisco, Upper Playground, San Francisco
His work has been featured in numerous publications including; Juxtapoz, Modern Painter, Time
The Great Showdowns by Scott C
The Great Showdowns are a series of paintings, art shows, and books depicting classic pop culture good guys and bad guys. This figure was sculpted by George Gaspar of Double G toys who helped bring Scott C’s characters to life.
You get two hand cast and hand painted resin figures on each card featuring Scott C’s signature. He also numbered them out of 50.
R2-DPoo by by Random Skull Productions
Signed and numbered edition of 40
Hand cast and painted 3.75″ carded figure
Alex Hallman was born and raised in Pottstown, PA, a small city right outside of Philadelphia. He started Random Skull Productions in the summer of 2013 with two original sculpts one of which was Darth Buddha. With the help of Instagram and a few friends his resin casting and custom toy career took off. Some of his other releases include Sid the Slug and Casey the Coffin.